"Following our unified response to Haringey's 're-consultation' on their proposal to redesignate Pinkham Wood as industrial, the government inspector will hold a further public hearing. It will take place on Wed 22 Feb, at the Haringey Council Chamber in the Civic Centre.
"With your donations, the PWA have engaged a planning consultant to respresent us on the day. But it's very important that enough of us attend to fill the chamber, to show our support by listening quietly to the proceedings. You may also have been invited to speak yourself.
"Some of you, however, may have been specifically told that your reponse is not valid, and that you cannot speak. If you've been told this, please could you let us know asap.
"It's important that you visit our website to find out more about this key day for our campaign, how Haringey officials have replied to objections, and what best we can all do next."
Sunday 26 February
Galitzin String Quartet
"We are again very lucky to have another high-class performance dedicated to us, in order to raise money. The Galitzin String Quartet are a young, award-winning UK group with local connections - two of them went to Rhodes Ave primary.
"The Galitzin quartet, named after the dedicatee of Beethoven’s quartets Op.127, 130 and 132, met at the Royal Academy in 2003, and they held the Leverhulme Chamber Music Fellowship there in 2006-7. Since then, they have given many concerts in France, Switzerland, Holland and Germany, as well as in this country, and have had intensive coaching from the Ysäye quartet in Holland.
"The quartet are confirmed for the afternoon of Sunday 26 February at St Andrew's Church, Alexandra Park Road, and will be playing a full programme, made up of three classic works from the repertoire."